(Newborn to 5 years) Child development researchers recommend mixed-age groupings because it fosters natural, family-style learning. Younger children enjoy watching and imitating the older ones, older children learn by leading the younger ones, and adults are happy because the children in the family can go to class together. Each child participates at their own level in singing, moving, chanting, listening, watching, or exploring musical instruments.
(Newborn to 8 months) If you have an infant under 8 months, please join this specially designed music class for families with children who are new to the world. The activities in class are geared towards this age group, and they are a terrific bonding experience for you and your little one. Meet other parents with children all in the same stage of development as your child and learn about the latest reseach in musical responses in infants, while introducing your child to the world of music in a developmentally-appropriate way.
Music Together® con Español
(Newborn to 5 Years) Enroll in Music Together® con Español and try algo nuevo—something new! Music Together con Español is a bilingual English/Spanish version of the Music Together mixed-age class you know and love. Every semester, the song collection has been recorded in a mixture of English and Spanish, which you’ll take home. And, in addition to your weekly classes and the bilingual recording, you’ll receive the new English-language illustrated songbook, a booklet with the Spanish lyrics, and a family newsletter with more at-home music-making ideas that can hacer que cada día sea más divertido—make every day more fun!
Rhythm Kids Level 1
(4-5 years old) In Rhythm Kids classes, students explore rhythm by playing with music from around the world. Music Together–trained teachers lead dynamic classroom activities designed especially for preschoolers and kindergarteners, and the discovery continues at home with the interactive Rhythm Kids videos, easily viewable on our app. As they drum, sing, and move to different rhythms, children naturally build musicality that helps them prepare for formal music lessons. Opportunities to solo, work in ensembles, and improvise support social and listening skills, self-expression, and self-confidence.
Every child needs this program! It is an excellent preparation for ANY other instrument lessons.
Your child's future music teachers will thank you!
Level 1 is four-and-five-year-olds and newcomers. Focus is on keeping an accurate beat, managing social situations (taking turns, listening to others), and playing music games. There are lower expectations for correct rhythmic accuracy and correct pitch in singing.